The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)
- The first had Q at Hong Kong airport trying to persuade Bond to use a gadget-laden camera on his trip to Thailand and being forced to admit that the one thing it couldn't do was take photographs.
- The second set of changes were made to the climactic battle between Bond and Scaramanga which was originally planned to be much longer.
While Q and his staff are checking out Scaramanga's ballistics, they tell Bond that it is a very rare 4.2mm which would be about the size of the little Liliput. However, the insert shot of the box of shells given up by the gunsmith in the film were much larger.